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Simple Semantic Desktop

Simple Semantic Desktop was my honors project in Computer Science. So far, the Simple Semantic Desktop is an application that can automatically categorizes (clustering and classification) documents based on their contents using a combination of linguistic metrics on top of traditional classification and clustering techniques.

Oberlin Confessional

The Confessionals (starting from the Oberlin Confessional) is a set of open message boards that are strictly accessible only in their respective communities. Due to the open yet closed nature of these Confessionals, they are an excellent means of quick, frivolous and community filtered discussions within a community. (see

Intelligent Document Management System (IDMS)

IDMS was my entry to the Intel ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) 2002. The idea behind the software is to create a filing system akin to manual filing models but with added features to enhance the quality of information management on the personal desktop. What follows below is the Abstract description of the project.

Traffic Police Jaipur

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In 2001, I embarked on a project with the Traffic Police in my city to create their website. The website served as an information portal to citizens, covering every aspect of traffic in the city. Extensive research was done to find and recreate the contents posted on the website. The website was launched in 2002 by Mr. Shantanu Kumar, Deputy General of Rajasthan Police.

Current URL QR Code Display

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A simple Drupal module that displays a QR Code for the current URL in a drupal site.
Clicking on the displayed QR code zooms it to the full screen using Lightbox2.

Times of India article

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Here's a link to an article about me in Times of India: .

Intel Intranet (Circuit@Intel) Article

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There was an article about me in Circuit@Intel, Intel's intranet. This was after I had worked with Intel in India in student sessions (one of which featured Intel CEO Craig Barrett) and science fairs (Intel STDF and Intel ISEF). (See attached PDF) Essay

This essay on mentioned me after I got my MCSE at the age of 14:

Agilent Intranet Article

At the Intel ISEF 2002At the Intel ISEF 2002I was selected for a Summer Internship at Agilent Technologies due to my science project at the Intel ISEF 2002. They published an article about the Science Fair which featured an interview with me.

Been There and Seen It – My Intel ISEF Experience

I wrote about my experience of going to the Intel ISEF 2002 in a newsletter published by the Intel Initiative for Education in India. This was the first time I had gone out of India and the experience was very exciting, which really shows through here. The attached PDF file contains my article.